Pakistan News: The Pakistan Army on Monday dismissed three officers, including a lieutenant-general. At the same time, disciplinary action has been taken against 15 officers including three majors and seven brigadiers. 102 miscreants are being tried in the army court. The officers were responsible for the security of military installations during the violent protests on May 9 following the arrest of former Prime Minister Imran Khan. According to Dawn’s report, the army has taken this action after investigation.
Activists of Imran Khan’s party vandalized over 20 military installations and government buildings on 9 May, including the Lahore Corps Commander House, Mianwali Airbase and the ISI building in Faisalabad. The Army Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi was also attacked by the mob. Military spokesman Major General Arshad Sharif said the army had twice investigated the violence. After that this action is taken.
Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) Director General (DG) Maj-Gen Ahmed Sharif said that three army officers, including a lieutenant general, were sacked from their jobs as a part of the military’s “self-accountability process” into the events of May 9, when when protests…
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There was a conspiracy against Pakistan
Addressing a press conference, Major General Arshad Sharif said that the events of May 9 proved that what the enemy could not do in 76 years, a group of miscreants and their helpers did. There is a dark chapter.
Planning of violence was being done for many months
Major General Arshad Sharif said that the incident was undoubtedly a conspiracy against Pakistan. The planning of violence was being done for the last several months. Under planning, a favorable environment was first created and people were instigated against the army. He said all those involved in the violence would be punished under the Constitution and the law.
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